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Guy Ritchie Puts Aside Lobo for Sherlock Holmes Sequel

Warner Brothers wants to fast-track a sequel to this summer’s hit Sherlock Holmes and director Guy Ritchie has set aside plans to direct Lobo to clear his schedule for the planned sequel, according to producer Joel Silver:

“I don’t think he’s going to do it now,” Silver said of Ritchie directing “Lobo.” “The studio wants us and Guy to focus on making another ‘Sherlock Holmes.’ So I think we’re going to be doing that. But we’re seeing what happens with this. Everybody is analyzing everything. It’s all kind of happening right now as we talk. ‘Sherlock’ is sitting at just about $400 million in worldwide gross and showing itself to be pretty effective and pretty strong. So we’re trying to see if we can do something quickly with another ‘Sherlock Holmes’ movie. We have some ideas and some good story points.”

As for Lobo, which last September WB tapped Guy Ritchie to direct, Silver assumes that means the studio will now be looking for another director:

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Guy Ritchie Will Direct Live-Action Adapation of Lobo

Warner Bros. has tapped Guy Ritchie to direct a live-action adaptation of the 1983 Roger Slifer and Keith Giffen DC Comics series Lobo.  The script was written by Don Payne and Joel Silver, Akiva Goldsman and Andrew Rona will produce.

The only unfortunate aspect of this news is that WB is targeting a PG-13 […]